MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Following snowfall that continued into Monday morning, some parts of Minnesota have reported several inches of accumulation – or more.
Around Brainered as of 6 a.m., more than 12 inches of snow has been reported.
In the metro, snowfall transitioned into freezing rain, making for a messy morning commute.
Lots of snow overnight…especially around Brainerd! We have another round on the way Tuesday…and then we will see the coldest temperatures of the season. All your details coming up on @WCCO pic.twitter.com/2DwRzIhtXx
— KatieSteiner (@KatieSteinertv) December 27, 2021
Some Minnesotans sent in pictures of all the snow. Check out a collection below. Send your pictures to wcco.com/photos!
“We measured 18″ just south of Brainerd.” – Deb Busbey
“Lindsey Lake outside Backus, MN in Cass County at 6:30 this morning! Our Golden Yearling “Inga” greeting the day on our deck as I opened the sliding glass door.” – Scott Sater
And then the after picture…
“Bumper normally likes snow. 15 inches, Pillager area.” – Karen Block
“There’s just a “little” snow in Nisswa this morning!” – Bonnie Johnson
“At home in Walker in Chippewa National Forest.” – Fred Rogers
“Taken in Brainerd, MN!” – Deb Tholen Lottmann
— melissa raddatz (@raddarat) December 27, 2021